Kelsee A. McInturf, DNP, APRN, FNP-C
Kelsee McInturf, DNP, APRN, FNP-C, is our newest board-certified family nurse practitioner. Graduating with top marks in her class from Texas Christian University in May 2021, Kelsee obtained her Doctorate in Nursing Practice as a family nurse practitioner. She began her career six and a half years ago with a specialty in emergency and trauma nursing in Dallas, Texas. While working to serve her hometown community in Dallas as an emergency nurse, she pursued her doctoral degree to become a family nurse practitioner. Kelsee also obtained her Bachelor of Science in nursing from Texas Christian University in 2015.
From the beginning of her career, Kelsee has had a passion for providing patient care with a servant’s heart. While in Texas, Kelsee regularly sought out opportunities to volunteer in local hospitals and underserved clinics. She has served as a leader both in and out of the hospital by teaching new nurses and being selected as a member and leader of multiple hospital committees. She also participates in numerous state and national professional organizations.
She developed her interest in pain management early in her career by treating thousands of patients with chronic pain in the emergency department. These patient experiences drove Kelsee to a dedicated rotation in interventional pain management while obtaining her doctoral degree. Her goal is to be a part of the solution for her patient’s chronic pain and keep her patients comfortable and out of the emergency department.
While completing her graduate degree she gained experience as a provider in interventional pain management medicine, geriatric medicine, emergency medicine, family medicine, rural medicine, internal medicine, urgent care medicine, and dermatology. Additionally, Kelsee’s research was selected to be displayed nationally at the 2021 American Association of Nurse Practitioners National Conference.
In her free time, Kelsee enjoys cooking, baking, outdoor exploring, spinning and regular exercise, continuous learning in her field, and spending time with friends, family, and her two dogs.